Wesley Brooks is in his third season as an assistant coach at North Texas.
Brooks was part of the North Texas staff in his first year that saw one of the nation's biggest turnarounds.
The Mean Green won 15 games that season, 10 more than the previous year, and it was the most wins in a single season since 2005-06.
Prior to North Texas, he spent three seasons as an assistant at Texas Southern, under coach Yolanda Wells-Broughton, where he helped revitalize a Tiger program that had won no more than six conference games the previous three seasons and had not finished higher than sixth in the league since 2000-01.
In 2009-10, the Tigers posted their first .500 plus conference season since 2000-01 and had their highest seed in the conference tournament since that season, and advanced to their first SWAC Tournament semifinal since 1992-93.
Prior to Texas Southern, Brooks was an assistant at Robert Morris during 2007-08, where he helped the Colonials to a 23-10 record, a Northeastern Conference Championship, and a berth in the NCAA Tournament.
Brooks was a graduate assistant and Director of Basketball Operations at West Virginia under head coach Mike Carey. In his time at West Virginia those teams advanced to the 2005 WNIT Final, the 2006 Big East Final, and made an appearance in the 2007 NCAA Tournament.